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Old 26-03-2014, 02:25   #16
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Re: Hardin Voyager 45 ( 44 & Bounty )

HELP HELP HELP!!..Can Anyone help me figure out the hull # of my 1980 hardin 45 ..she is the 4 stateroom marine trading version..please help this is important..THaNK YOu
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Old 26-03-2014, 03:08   #17
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Re: Hardin Voyager 45 ( 44 & Bounty )

What No. is my Hull???? Well I am Hull #91 Hardin 45 Center Cockpit Built late 1980. I have a brass placard, I have not found the hull number any place else...Good Luck...Post a photo of you vessel...
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Old 26-03-2014, 05:15   #18
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Re: Hardin Voyager 45 ( 44 & Bounty )

The Hull number would be listed on your documentation, state registration, brass placard above midships access to galley and in the hull glass a couple feet forward of the stern on the starboard side below rub rail. We have a 1981 hull #99. When we bought it both the docs and registration said only 99 as the number. We had to take pictures and rubbings to change this inaccuracy for the Coast Guard, TWICE! Nine months later we had proper paper work. After that our state would finally give us a registration/license. Maybe your dealer will help, ours didn't, along with the bank release the previous owner got a personal loan against, shady but years in the past. The number will have about one dozen letters and numbers in it. If I can be of any more help with your boat let me know or pm me a phone number and I'll give you a call. fair winds
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Old 29-04-2014, 09:59   #19
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Re: Hardin Voyager 45 ( 44 & Bounty )

Our Hardin 44 Voyager was made in 1978 and is hull #36. Her name is "There and Back Again". We are cruising the NW this summer and headed to San Diego in August. The hull number was not engraved/embedded on the outside of the hull of this boat. Located on a brass plate above the port side passage to the lower galley area.
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Hello All,

I have just bought Hull 55 "Sunflower II" I saw a comment about sunflower on here which is very interesting.

Am happy to be in contact with other Hardin owners. I have a question about the Ford 80HP Engine if anyone has the same

Currently in St Lucia

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Old 12-07-2016, 08:55   #21
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Can't register as I don't have all the details, but can tell ya that "Sunflower" sailed from Fort Lauderdale to the Azores in 2004 and was sold there to European owners.

For more details, I can dig out the previous owners email address and you can chat with him about hullnumber and year.
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I think I have just bought this boat .... would like to discuss further if you know more.
She is Hull 55 called Sunflower II ..... and had a European owner in Norway


would like to hear from you


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Re: Hardin Voyager 45 ( 44 & Bounty )

G'Day Gailforce,

This is an old thread. If you don't get a response here, try a direct PM to CSYman, for that will better get his attention... and welcome to CF.

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Re: Hardin Voyager 45 ( 44 & Bounty )

We have Hardin 45 hull #122, built in 1982. We have been sailing her for 24 years now and have cruised from California to Hawaii, to Midway Atoll, to Alaska, Canada, Mexico, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador, Galapagos, thru the Panama Canal to Colombia, Aruba, Curacao, Bonaire, Venezuala, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and back to San Francisco Bay.

In the course of that cruising, we have sailed the boat 47,000 miles. We love the boat and have never considered selling it and going to another boat.

We had to replace the original Ford Lehman with a Perkins M90 in 1998.
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Please send me your full link I want to join


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Re: Hardin Voyager 45 ( 44 & Bounty )

Mine was on the owner's brass installed over the port passage way.

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Hello,

I used to live, 2000 to 2006 on a Hardin Voyager 44 1977 that was called Malaga, my dad changed it to Marushka. We sold it from Bellingham Washington. Didn't know if anyone knew if there was a way to see where the boat may be now? Been searching online with no luck. Just curious. It had 3 solar panels and a wind generator on it.

Any ideas? Loved the slow but comfy sailboat!!

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